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Giovanni Gherardi University Bio-Medico Rome (Italy) Biography
Biography of Giovanni Gherardi
Giovanni Gherardi has Specialized in Clinical Pathology. He is an Associate Professor since 2017, and holder of fellowships at the the Istituto Superiore di Sanità and then at the University campus Bio-Medico, Rome. He had been Guest researcher for 15 months at the Centre of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of Atlanta (USA). He served as specialist with high qualification in clinical microbiology at the University Hospital Campus Bio-Medico since 2007.His Research experience in antibiotic resistance genotyping and phenotyping, studying of virulence factors and molecular typing of several bacterial species.Collaborator in several research projects (Futuro in Ricerca, Cystic fibrosis Foundation).